Christ’s Ambassadors

Small interactions when we’re intentional can really turn someone’s day around, can’t they. I love going to the shop with some of the children in my family, because when we go to leave, they always say to the person at the checkout, ‘Thank you. Hope you have a good day’. The majority of the time, this elicits, the biggest smile from the person serving. Some are even quite taken back, by those few simple words.

One of the Most Beautiful Things You Can Do for Somebody

It’s funny how we’ve over-complicated prayer; how we’ve made it a ‘thing’, where we feel intimidated at the thought of praying out loud for someone. And yet prayer is truly one of the simplest and most beautiful gifts we can offer someone. To speak our own honest words to God, for someone, to bless, encourage, comfort, and strengthen.  The goal is not to ‘get it right’ – the goal is to ‘keep it real’.

We All Need Friends With Us

Even Jesus had three closest friends (armour bearers) in Peter, James and John who walked most closely with Him in both the best and worst of times. This is why we’re passionate about everybody in the Zeo family being part of a small huddle of friends who do life and faith together. Three to four people who connect regularly to encourage, strengthen, challenge and commit to journey together.

God speaks through bubble wrap

Bubble wrap is one of the most popular protective packaging solutions available. It is an extremely effective way of protecting fragile items during shipping, moving, and storing due to its soft cushioning. Designed to protect everything from small, lightweight items too large, fragile products… Not only is bubble wrap perfect for protecting items, but it also makes a good insulator.

A vision of wellbeing for all

God’s vision for every single person is one of ongoing healing, wholeness and restoration. He is calling us into a reality of wellbeing for people and the planet, and each one of us has a part to play and a response to make.

Looking after wellbeing in a second lockdown

It is tough, many of us are feeling a bit weary, defeated, anxious or angry. All this is a perfectly natural human reaction to what continues to be an incredibly challenging year. But we don’t have to do it alone.